Sunday, December 28, 2014

My Review of A Melting Ice Christmas

A Melting Ice Christmas


ISBN: 978-1-60180-251-4

Rating: 4 - Scorching

Length: Novella, 105 pages

Reviewer: Silver Pixie/Sterling

Book Summery

Mackenzie Irving just wants to get home for Christmas, to visit his sister...and his brother-in-law's handsome cousin. But his stop at home to grab his things is interrupted by a vision from his past. When IA agent Elton Grant found out that his hot one-nighter was involved in one of his investigations, it created complications, to say the least. But when his life actually was in danger and he needed protection, he knew Mac was the right officer for the job. He knew him intimately, both through the investigation...and his own personal experience. This is turning out to be a seriously exciting more ways than one.

My Review:

This is a special series of books for me. This was one of the first series of books that I read when I started in the Gay Erotic Fiction Genre over 8 plus years ago. I have fallen WAY behind in DJ’s books. But asked to review this book So After getting over a bad cold and 4 distracting children I spent an entire night reading A Melting Ice Christmas and it was a night of no sleep that was well worth it.  Mackenzie “Mac” Irving is exactly how I would and have pictured my perfect New York Detective/Cop. He is Hot, sexy with a touch of a dark side you have to experience.  In A Melting Ice Christmas all he wants from Santa is to get to Vermont to the last of his family and to some hot uncomplicated sex with a passing fancy from his past. However Sometimes Santa and fate knows what we really want and need more then we do. 

In walks Elton Grant. A one night stand that not only rocked his world but somehow managed to touch his heart. However a string of ugly, work related incidents leaves Mac’s heart hurting and his head reeling.  Just when he thinks he is free Elton walks in and begs for his help. It seems that Elton’s life is in danger and he is in need of protection and only Mac can help him.  Through a series of lucky breaks Mac and Elton make it to Vermont with no one back on the force the wiser and you know what they say about forgiveness and the holidays.  The only question you should be asking yourselves readers is How fast can A Melting Ice Christmas Melt your heart. For me It was by the end of Chapter One.

Over all since I have not been able to keep up with this series It was able to jump right back into it and not have any trouble following the story. I loved every part, every word every Chapter. I can not honestly find one bad thing wrong with A Melting Ice Christmas. It was a perfect blend of love, mystery and sex. Mac and Elton were believable. Their problems and solutions were honest and true. There was nothing forced about it. DJ Manly Again has written a superb book and I Highly recommend everyone get it as well as the entire Melting Ice Series. 

On my Erect Peni Scale of One to Ten A Melting Ice Christmas gets:

 a 10 Plus Plus. When Mac and Elton come together for the first after months I seriously had to think about a cold shower afterwards. I felt the good kind of Dirty after it was over and every time afterwards was PERFECT and *fans herself* and hot.

On my Scale of Wait to Pay Day or Sell the kids A Melting Ice Is :

SELL THE CHILDREN NOW!!! This book is way too good to wait till Pay Day to Buy. Seriously Fur babies or real babies SELL SELL SELL and go buy! Honestly If DJ hadn't given me this book to read and Review I was checking E-bay and couch cushions for money to get it myself!

Monday, January 13, 2014

My Review of The Angel At The End Of The Road By: DJ Manly

The Angel At The End Of The Road By: DJ Manly

ISBN: ISBN-13: 978-1-61124-531-8 (Electronic)
           ISBN-13: 978-1-61124-845-6 (Paperback)

Genre: Genres: Gay / Mystery / Detective / Suspense / Thriller / BDSM (Light)

Rating: Heat Level: 2
Length: Novel: (48k words / TBD paperback pages)

Reviewer: Silver Pixie/Sterling

Book Summery:

Freelance journalist Colton West can’t wait to finally end it with the rich and shallow Martin. Their relationship had been a mistake from the beginning. But just when Colton feels that he’s made it clear to Martin it’s over and he can move on with his life and career, he gets a phone call that will change his world forever.

Whitfield, Vermont, is the sleepy little town where Colton grew up, a town he couldn’t wait to leave. It’s also the place where his best high school friend was found murdered years before, left on a road outside town that goes nowhere. The killer was never caught, although a stoic old man named George Hill, who lived with his young grandson in the only house on that road, was considered by many to be the prime suspect and passed away several years later.

But now, another boy has been found dead at the end of that same lonely road, with his body eerily laid out in the same disturbing manner as Colton’s best friend. And this time, the victim is Colton’s fifteen-year-old nephew.

With the original murder suspect deceased, Colton knows the killer of both teenagers is still on the loose, perhaps preparing to strike again, and Colton won’t rest in his investigation until he unearths the whole, ugly truth.

It is a very rare occurrence that I can read a murder mystery and not puzzle out the killing in just a few chapters. While I had my suspicions at the beginning of The Angel At The End Of The Road and throughout the entire story I have to say that DJ Manly did a fantastic job of keeping me on the edge of my seat till the last chapter. The main Characters Colton and Adam were believable and realistic enough that I was drawn into their hardships as both adults and when they were children. DJ managed to take the sad mentality of some overly zealous religious freaks and throw in a plausible small town mentality and honestly gave one of the most believable stories I have read in a while. The Angel At The End Of The Road could have and very well may have been a murder mystery that happened in any number of small towns in America or sadly even Canada.
I don’t want to give anything away about this story, which is why I am not speaking about specifics in this book. I do honestly not want to give away hint or clues to what happens and the Summery clearly covers it better then I can.  I will say this its is Colton’s nephews death that brings him back home but it’s the towns secrets that will keep him and Adam there till the very end. DJ touches tastefully on dark childhood secrets that often times are hidden by those who trust the most and even those who claim to know us best don’t always know us or those around them as well as they thought. This is honestly DJ’s best work to date.

On a scale of 1-10 of hotness The Angel At The End Of The Road Gets a 7.. While it isn’t one of DJ Manly’s hottest books what it lacks in heat makes up in story and depth of content.

On a scale of 1-10 (1 being wait till pay day to buy this book and 10 being sell the children) SELL, SELL, SELL!!! This books Is a MUST, Must Read!! I cannot thank DJ enough for asking me to read and review this book.

In closing The Angel At The End Of The Road is simply a classic read. It is worthy of Agatha Christy Mystery! I can see this being the next big Made for TV special! Watch out TLC DJ Manly Has the next big thing Written here!  

Sunday, January 5, 2014

New Year... New Me.....


Look lets face it if you know me well enough you know that my life is well honestly fucked 7 ways to sundays most days. Now while I know I need to keep writing to practice my craft. 

So here is my New year's Resolution.. I will Blog one a week... That's easy enough to keep and or break lol.. 

Love Light and Lollypops Peeps